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Hamilton

June 9-28, 2020
Rescheduled Dates: January 18 - February 6, 2022
Broadway at the Bass Series

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Come From Away

July 7-12, 2020
Broadway at the Bass Series

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August 11-16, 2020
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Jesus Christ Superstar

August 25-30, 2020
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Suzy Bogguss

September 25, 2020
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School of Rock

Part of the Broadway at the Bass Series

Location: Bass Performance Hall

Tags: Broadway, Musical

Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible, Sign Interpretation

Overview

August 28 - September 2, 2018

“Fists of all ages shall be pumping!” (Vanity Fair). Based on the hit film, this hilarious new musical follows Dewey Finn, a wannabe rock star posing as a substitute teacher who turns a class of straight-A students into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. This high-octane smash features 14 new songs from ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, all the original songs from the movie, and musical theater’s first-ever kids rock band, playing their instruments live on stage. “An inspiring jolt of energy, joy and mad skillz!” (Entertainment Weekly). 

Get schooled on School of Rock!

Reviews

I laughed. I cried. I rocked! They’ve taken the movie to a whole new level!

Jack Black

SCHOOL OF ROCK is the totally delightful, purely entertaining, crowd-pleasing kind of show that you can bring your kids and out-of-town cousins to. Not liking it is akin to not liking fun.

Michelle Ruiz

Vogue

SCHOOL OF ROCK offers us a chance to be kids again, only with more talent than we ever had.

Chris Jones

Chicago Tribune